Last of the Outlaws

"Railroad Earth’s Last of the Outlaws is their most evocative and ambitious set to date. At once melancholic and joyous, often deep, yet always accessible, the album captures the band as they are now; twelve years in, wiser and worn and pondering how this life affects those around them. Every song has a story and every story has its meaning."

"All That's Dead May Live Again/Face With A Hole"... finds this sextet beautifully, seamlessly weaving through distinct movements and melodies that cover the gamut of styles and emotions-- like The Decemberists 'The Hazards Of Love', but more bravely focused."

"Railroad Earth raise a raucous spirit and play like they are having way too much fun for the night to end."